Android Receives 'Lights Out' Feature: Available With The Latest Twitter Version

By Kunwar Kunal
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Android gets a new 'Lights Out' feature which will offer an easy viewing during low-lighting conditions. The feature looks great, especially for Twitter users. And, the concerned users can get to use the new mode with the latest Twitter version 8.18.0, which is available via Google play store.

Android Receives 'Lights Out' Feature

 

The lights out mode can be used by pressing the blue light bulb key from display settings. You can even choose for an automatic option that will automatically switch between the normal and dark mode, and eventually will offer the best viewing display. This mode is already available on Twitter's iOS app.

The new feature provides a completely black background with white text and blue icons. Apart from the new mode, Twitter is also working on implementing some more new features. These cover 'Follow Topics' and 'Live Photos' features. With 'Follow Topics', the users can set up a separate list within the app to follow their different sets of interests like talk shows, reality shows, celebrity gossips, and more.

While the 'Live Photos' feature lets users tweet a live photo. The 'Live Photos' is an upgrade to the current Live Photo mode which is only restricted to static images. Twitter has been coming on and off with several changes. To recall, we have seen a new organization and layout design on Twitter's home screen due to which the users can use Twitter with greater ease. The Compose feature has also been upgraded that now includes a photo, GIF, poll or emoji now in the bottom left.

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